Women United Respite
We wear ourselves out with the everyday challenges of caregiving for our elderly parents or a rambunctious 2 1/2 year old. In my case it’s both and our job is never done. So if you want to know if I understand the heart of a caregiver? The answer is a resounding yes. Yes I Do. That’s where Women United Seattle and the Angel of Hope Play Place /Engagement Center comes-in and is open to take care of your respite needs for one night, a full day, or plan a special event.
For more information Please contact me.
Alesia D. Cannady
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Cell: 206 316-7601
Intergenerational Play with the Angel of Hope Aleiyah
Aleiyah Cannady is 2 1/2 years old and she’s been visiting the elderly at Park Place Assisted Living since she was 6 weeks old. Aleiyah loves to have breakfast, lunch and dinner with her grandpa, in addition she likes to break bread with the residence at park place and pass out cupcakes. everyone knows her.
The Silver Angels are a blessing to the Small Wonders, and the
intergeneral activities bring a smile to the face of one another.
Love is Free and the return on your sharing is priceless.
Women United/Angel of Hope at Camp Coleman with Kinship Caregivers
2015 Kinship Camp: Caregivers and our children 5 years of age and over participated in a overnight camp and fun and adventure together at Camp Coleman.
Women United/ Angel of Hope Play Place & Engagement Center
Educational and Referral Services
Health Services provided by Community Partners
Support Group meeting 2 times per month
All Hands Crafts:
Love Train Play Street
Women Let’s Rise Up to the voice that is calling us to stand Up for our families, our children, our businesses, communities, let your light shine and display your god given right to tap into the gifts and talents we all possess to make a difference in this world.
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